Several US senators have asked the intelligence community to look into the potential deal between Apple and Chinese chip maker Yangtze Memory Technologies and see if it poses a threat to national security.
To seek these assurances are Mark Warner and Marco Rubio, the chairman and vice chairman of the Senate intelligence committee.
“We are writing to communicate our extreme concern that Apple may soon be using chips from Yangtze Memory Technologies,” which has “extensive but often shady ties to the Chinese Communist Party,” the letter to the intelligence director said. , Avril Haines.
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